Helene Johnson quotes

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Gee, boy, when you sing, I can close my ears
And hear tom-toms just as plain.
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Would you sell the colors of your sunset and the fragrance
Of your flowers, and the passionate wonder of your forest
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You are disdainful and magnificent--
Your perfect body and your pompous gait,
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Ah, little road, brown as my race is brown,
Your trodden beauty like our trodden pride,
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